very jesus

Casually adding this to the list of things that I wish had happened

If search engines were Supernatural fans...


Conclusion: Bing is kinky as fuck but also deep as fuck, confused about the brothers’ nicknames, has a love/hate relationship with Sam and really wants to know WHY, and thinks Dean is the Hulk.


Conclusion: Yahoo is a Sam!girl, is pretty sure about Dean’s orientation, has plenty of crossover headcanons, and ships Wincest.


Conclusion: Google prefers Dean but doesn’t know quite what to make of his sexuality. However, Google is certain that Sam is gay—while at the same time being entirely unable to pin down his species.


These are humans from another galaxy. A Pathfinder.


“[…] and to see to her needs just as thoroughly as you have mine.
But in a different way, of course.”

“Of course.”

- Peter Cushing in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)

some poems i associate with judas

“the hollow men,” t.s. eliot

there, is a tree swinging
and voices are
in the wind’s singing
more distant and more solemn
than a fading star. …

is it like this
in death’s other kingdom
waking alone
at the hour when we are
trembling with tenderness
lips that would kiss
form prayers to broken stone. …

between the idea
and the reality
between the motion
and the act
falls the shadow

“ah moon! - and star,” emily dickinson

but, moon, and star,
though you’re very far—
there is one—farther than you—
he—is more than a firmament—from me—
so i can never go!

“adonais,” percy bysshe shelley

why linger, why turn back, why shrink, my heart?
thy hopes are gone before: from all things here
they have departed; thou shouldst now depart! …

i am borne darkly, fearfully, afar;
whilst, burning through the inmost veil of heaven,
the soul of adonais, like a star,
beacons from the abode where the eternal are.

“the ballad of reading gaol,” oscar wilde 

and alien tears will fill for him
pity’s long-broken urn,
for his mourners will be outcast men,
and outcasts always mourn.